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November 02, 2007

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hypnoman

Thanks for the info, very enlightening..enjoyed the info...thanks again!

Jim Weaver

Antonov,

Thanks for your kind words about my book. The folks at Sun will be happy to know that you're enjoying NetBeans!

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

Antonov

Thank you so much for your response. Before running this sample I have installed Eclipse JavaFX plug-in. I make this sample with the same package and class name but it not work. But it work successfully in NetBeans 6. I like the develope environment in NetBean after this test. It`s JavaFX interface seem more rich than Eclipse. Last, your book is a good reference help me geting start to learn JavaFX quickly. Thank you.

Jim Weaver

Antonov,
I assume that you are trying to run the example in this post. You said that you are using Eclipse. Are you using the JavaFX plug-in with Eclipse and running it within Eclipse? If so, did you create the package named jfx_book and put both source files in that package? Please verify all of this, and let me know if it does or does not run successfully.
Thanks,
Jim Weaver

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